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's the anniversary of dodd-frank, not everybody a celebrating. and steve winn unloads on the policies, do others share his views. and two federal agencies have become the last bastion for pro union policies we'll tell you who they are and what they're up to. welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm stuart varney in this week for paul gigot. dramatic developments in debt ceiling showdown as house speaker john boehner called off talks on the so-called grand bargain. both sides meeting today. even if they get an agreement. is it too late to avoid a credit downgrade? joining the panel this week, wall street journal editor, james freeman. columnist, mary o'grady. kim strassel and steve moore. to you first, kim, if i may. are we looking more and more like greece? >> well, this is been one of the more remarkable aspects of this debate, stuart, in that only a few months ago both the white house and rating agents say we want you to have a clean debt ceiling hike, get it over with and then you'll be fine. increasingly the rating agencies are saying, actually you need to show us, demonstrate some sort
this man. they say it's not like he's steve stricker. steve stricker. he's one of us. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] ian: good learning experience for brendon de jonge, playing in the final group. bill: kyle stanley is back in the scoring trailer going over his card. and here is the putt that did not fall for him. catches the lip. spins out. you watch his reaction. and again, what's impressive about this young guy is he looks like he belongs here. he has been poised and confident and has just not waivered at all in this stretch battle. ian: brendon de jonge in the right-hand bunker here. same bunker we saw kyle stanley in, but a little bit nicer lie. a little flatter. bi
cut, cap and balance because that's what's up for a vote right now, breaking into three, steve, start us off. >> you know there's something going on in washington but seems kind of complicated so we're going to make it as simple as possible. when it comes to the cut part, what they're talking about right now, this proposal that they're going to consider today in the house is it would require the congress going forward to cut $111 billion from the budget next year. all right, that's the cut part. now the cap part. >> can i just make it simpler? it's a balanced budget amendment. that's the third part. that's the third. >> the point is for the next 10 years, congress would have to balance the budget. it makes sense. >> boo-hoo! >> it makes perfect sense but democrats don't like this and say that they're not going to vote for it and in fact, the president says he's going to veto it basically maybe because it's a republican idea or maybe because they think it would tie their hands and they wouldn't be able to have the latitude. >> the second part is what i like and i think it's -- >> th
the gold rating we've enjoyed for decades. steve moore, assistant editor, james freeman and mary kissle. >> so, james, moody's and standard & poor's executives testified on capitol hill. what did they say about the potential for a downgrade? >> they are leaving themselves some wiggle room. they've suggested that it's coming and i think that not that we necessarily trust the credit ratings agencies, but you look at the mere facts of the debt piling up and the trillions more that are going to be added the next decade and it's, it's hard to say there won't be a problem. >> so this would be even though, even if there's a debt deal, we could still get a downgrade, because of the buildup in spending liability? is that it? >> that's right. standard & poor's has been the most explosive, saying even if there is a deal here, there could be a downgrade and it's bizarre, the rating agencies have held themselves out at merely an offering opinion about a risk. you wonder how a long-term default happens, assuming we keep raising the debt limits, but i think, what they're looking at is 10 trillion in p
sunday, july 17th, almost three years to the day when her daughter went missing. >> steve, you remember yesterday with judge alex on saying he didn't necessarily have to give her credit for time served but judge perry said, you know, time served. so what is this now? she has a week and a day until she gets released. >> interesting thing will be life changes for her a lot when she gets out here and it will be interested to see where she goes, how she's treated. they're very concerned about the public safety when she's released. not just casey anthony's safety but people who are near her or around her. there's some word she could possibly be staying with other relative vs. the family. we don't know what the family dynamics will be like. >> i can tell you what it's going to be. she can't -- those close to her, her dad is going to say how dare your attorney suggest that i have been abusing you since you were a little child. >> that's a great point. >> that's a great point. >> if they release her to the parents, wow. >> they're not going to -- she's going to wind up going down -- >> dinner
as two people who wanted the compromise on this and meet half way and the polls show, although, steve, you pointed out on the radio that it's skewed to too many democrats, the poll shows the president of the united states is winning the p.r. battle as coming off as the adult in the room and having the most balanced approach. >> at least in the media. that's the narrative they're trying to do. >> we have a great story for you about revenge. this is about a country singer named dale watson and he was in australia and he was trying to fly from melbourne to sydney for a music festival and he was flying tiger airlines. >> never heard of this. >> i hadn't either but it's a budget airline and now we know why. basically, they charged him $500 in excess baggage fees because he wanted to bring a big box of his c.d.'s to the music festival to sell. well, it was worth $3,000. they lost it! not only did they charge him the $500. they also lost his box! >> so one of the things he told the customer service person who he was filing out the form was, you know what? you're not going to reimburse me? i
shore freeway westbound interstate 80 traffic looking good. as pam and steve have both mentioned there is a little bit of fog around that may cause visibility problems for you if you are driving through the thickest part of it. not the bay bridge toll plaza though. and this mornings commute in san jose on northbound 280 still looking very light. it's 4:30 let's go back to the desk. >>> thank you, sal. topping our news this morning family and friends are holding out hope that seven fishermen will be found alive. most of the missing are from the bay area. today the mexican navy and u.s. coast guard will continue to search. tara moriarty joins us from the newsroom to talk about what investigators are cig this morning. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning, pam. we are learning more about the man confirmed dead in this boating tragedy. the coast guard says the fisherman's chances of survival are good given that the water temperature is warm but hope is fading. passengers that made it out tonight are not sure if people from the upper decks were able to grab life jackets. 35 cr
, please come up. two minutes, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is steve, with tndc. we elected support steve, brad, and mara for their respective seats on the advisory committee. they bring a lot of skill sets that we feel will help round out the committee in quite a good balance with residence, with the resident seats as well. so thank you, again, for hearing this issue of the cac, and we hope we can move forward in a productive way on the midmarket issue. thank you. supervisor kim: thank you. >> good afternoon. my name is angelica. we're here to support eva, ste ven, arad, mara, jesus, and linda. we feel these individuals will truly represent the neighborhood and the surrounding neighborhoods. we hope you'll consider the application. thank you. supervisor kim: thank you. >> good afternoon. i am here to support eva, brad, and jesus. please consider their application for cac. thank you. >> good afternoon. my name is lorenzo. i am here to support my friends. i know them. eva, jesus, and linda. a believe their good candidates for the cac. thank you so much. supervisor kim
jerusalem today. hello, sir. good morning to you. >> hello, steve. well, the president definitely has a jewish problem in the united states. he also has a jewish problem here in israel. among israeli jews, his support, his favorability is down to 4%. sometimes it can range as high as 15% but he's basically in single digits and that's how much there is a disfavor of the president and his policies here among israeli jews. so they may not vote for him, but they may have a big influence on their friends and neighbors back in the united states and those numbers aren't looking good either. >> sure and governor, if you look at a reason to explain that, a lot of it has to do with the fact that months ago, the president came out and suggested, you know, ok, let's both sides get together and the palestinians and the israelis and as a starting point, let's go back to the way the lines were drawn back in 1967 with some mutually accepted swaps and when he said that, he said this is a great idea. however, the people in israel are horrified because now, as you look at the map right there, they would
and then outted a c.i.a. agent! >> well, you know, it's typical of most of the american media, steve, that they're very anti-agency. the idea that the agency was at that center of killing bin laden probably stuck in a lot of their throats. and now we see people like gawker and a.p. who have previously published stories about agency officers who are still serving and/or undercover. it's just an amazing situation in america where people are rewarded for in essence aiding and abetting the enemy. >> the problem for this person and we're not going to identify who he is in that picture. we've all seen that picture. we have no idea who most of the people are. but his well being is now in peril, i would imagine. i mean, if there were an al-qaida operative who learned where the guy lived, he could be in trouble. >> i think it's very dangerous to expose anybody who was involved with killing usama bin laden. bin laden was a beloved figure in the community of islamists. and certainly, exacting revenge for bin laden against the person who was involved in his killing would be a huge feather in someone's cap
failures. instead, let's let steve wynn, a democrat and casino mogul talk obamanomics. >> i'm afraid to do anything in the current political environment in the united states. i'm saying it bluntly that this administration is the greatest wet blanket to business and progress and job creation in my lifetime. well, this is obama's deal. it's obama that is responsible for this fear in america. the guy keeps making speeches about redistribution, and maybe we ought to do something to businesses that don't invest or are holding too much money. you know, we haven't heard that kind of talk except from pure socialists. >> eric: all right, dana. dems jumping off the obama like rats off the titanic. >> dana: i wish steve wynn would tell us how he really feels and not hold back. if i were in the white house now i'd think ouch. i think if steve wynn had been replacing leaders with republicans, they're the wet blanket on the economy, i think bob's friends would have gone out to buy ads to run it to make sure they saw it. instead, what they've done today is throw one of the democratic supporters under the
, congratulations, private or public. but it costs $660 billion. if you do the math and dana can do it, me and steve can't, that's bad news. >> you could write a check -- you could have written a check to everybody for $100,000 that had one of these jobs created and we actually would have been better off. >> and they probably -- and we probably would have had half a trillion dollars. >> it's a significant problem for the administration. it was the thing they hung their hat on. kind of think that people believe it will go away. it goes back to a fundamental question of you how you create jobs and wealth in this country and the stimulus bill wasn't it. >> give them $100,000 and have them go to model's and we'll be fine. her fate now in the hands of the jury. up next, the one person who could swing the verdict either way in the casey anthony case. we could have a verdict today. >> and talk about extra baggage. wait until you hear what this guy was doing hiding in that suitcase. >> oh, my gosh. k9 advantix ii. not only kills fleas and tick it repels most ticks before they can attach and snk on us. fro
steve paulson. >> we have clear skies. the coast is clear and temperatures will warm up. i don't think it will billion anything extreme but we will recover 20-degrees from tuesday. look for upper 80s and low 90s inland. here is sal. >>> steve, traffic is doing well on highway 4 if you are coming up to the willow pass grade you can see traffic is wide open for your drive over to concord. also this morning the traffic is moving well on interstate 880 in both directions. northbound and southbound. if you drive through marin county or take public transit there is big problem with the golden gate transit ferry. let's go live to claudine wong to explain more why some commuters may be out of luck. claudine. >> reporter: sal, there is a strike officially under way. we are at the larks purr ferry terminal and these gates are down. they will all be closed today because of a one-day strike. the district made the decision yesterday after the union issued a press release start strike. ticket takers are striking for one day as they plan to replace those workers with ticket machines. word began to sp
with this debate. democrats didn't seem quite as enthusiastic about that, and, steve, i think the reason is we have bipartisan support for repealing this ban and letting people choose to use whatever lightbulb they wish. >> i think you just touched on it there. we doan need the lightbulb police, we don't want the government saying you should buy this six dollar lightbulb rather than the .39 one from the hardware store. >> and you are right. this is big government overreach. it was big washington, a big idea, and it didn't work. we need to get it off the books. just because it's on the books does not make it the right kind of policy. now is the time to say, hey, it was a mistake, let's get it off the books. these bulbs are dangerous, they are filled with mercury and they don't work and like the obama administration, they are too expensive to already. >> i tried reading into one of those things and it's kind after dim, just a glow, it's not bright. >> you are right. >> i understand with the special circumstances regarding this particular vote you need two-thirds majority in the house. >> that's right
to meteorologist steve rudin. >> just wait until you feel it's later this afternoon. 78 degrees at reagan national airport. we have a heat advisory in effect for the district and immediate surrounding counties. heat index readings could be and as high as 105 degrees this afternoon. satellite and radar showed few clouds off to the west with light showers and a couple storms that moved through last night at 9:00 are long gone. what can we expect for today? 95-100 with a heat index around four degrees warmer than that. let's get an update on the rush hour commute with lisa baden. >>> things are winding down and with overnight construction projects. the beltway is open between the wilson bridge and the american legion bridge on the maryland side. virginia is wrapping up construction on 66 westbound at glebe road. yesterday there was a gas main breaks. 121 eastbound between 270 and 355. traffic getting by to the left. light volume is helping out. >>> traffic is moving on 270 in montgomery county. part of the highway was shut down yesterday after a gas main break. 270 reopened around 11:00 last night. s
on the fox business network kicking off at 9:20 eastern time. >> thanks, gretch. steve. >> he's charged with sexually assaulting children and the evidence is all on video. a loophole lets him watch those videos in jail? isn't there a way to stop this. that debate next. >> hunting down sharks on a kayak. that's right. see this fisherman's one-on-one encounter with that thing. they're two of a kd. and, just like toddlers, ppies need food made for them. that's why there's purina puppy chow... with all the essential nutrients your growing puppy needs. purina puppy chow. fiber one. h, forgot jack cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! [ jack ] yeah, ts is pretty good. [ male announcer ]alf a day's worth of fiber. fiber one. >> all right. quick headlines for you on this tuesday morning. thursday morning, that is to say. a final farewell today for former first lady betty ford. she'll be laid to rest next to president gerald ford in grand rapids, michigan. former president bill clinton, former first lady barbara bush and former vice president dick cheney and wife lynn
don't have a plan. >> steve, you make a good point. 1970's technology, you know, i was driving a dodge dart sport when the first space shuttle started flying and now, we got new technology. we can make the ship safer for the crew. give them a better escape system which the shuttles do lack so, you know, i agree with the decision to retire them but we don't have the follow-on successor right in place and that was the original plan but the last two presidents moved that date off into the indeterminant future. >> i thought astronauts were required to have corvettes auto. auto yeah, they didn't issue me one. i came in too late. >> we understand they're about to open the door and let the four man crew out. we'll see and keep an eye on that. tom, in the big picture, as we know the technology has moved forward. why do you think it is that with everything else we do other kun countries are right on our butts but when it comes to space, there's no one close. >> well, the point that no one on the planet has built a space ship over the last 30 years that can match what the space shuttle
come up with and send back to the house, they're not going to get the steve hardy, who didn't vote for it until the balanced budget amendment was in it? but will they get enough democrats. >> and around, i mean, this is pulling the wool over america's-- absolutely pulling the wool over america right now saying look we're going to figure out a way to get this thing in there without the spending cuts because the spending cuts happen under balanced budget. >> they've got to do something. the white house has created a sense of crisis and chaos. tick, tick, tick, the meter is running or else they're going to throw grandma over the cliff. >> and i heard on the radio, dead-geddon, armageddon, debt-geddon. >> and admiral micromullen has been concerned about the troops and whether they would be one of the first in line to be affected. >> as we move into a change... we're pretty focused, the people who are already in the military. >> okay, that's clear, isn't it? so there he was, he was making his 15th trip to afghanistan and it was while he was over at camp leatherneck that the marines aske
us. let's check in with steve paulson for the friday forecast. hi steve. >> good morning, pam and dave. happy friday everyone. we have a bigger fog bank today. they have been there all week long on the coast. the sea breeze has decided to get its act together. temperatures mid to upper 80s inland. and a few low 90s. a lot of 60s and 70s with the breeze coast and bay. now to sal. >>> steve, good morning. traffic is looking very nice here on interstate 880 as you drive up to the oakland coliseum. also the morning commute looks good if you are driving on interstate 680 from fremont down to san jose. let's go to dave and pam. >>> time is 5:00. family members and friends will hold a vigil for the good samaritan known as brother john. he was shot and killed while serving food to the homeless in east oakland. there is emotional reaction to his death and well, this whole story good morning jade. >> reporter: that is right. the deadly shooting happened around 47th and marking this area candles still burning for the good samaritan that was gunned down on saturday. paris powell wife stil
the ruling will force the charges until the process is complete. let's head over to steve. >> thank you very much, gretch. our next guest is credited with successful political campaigns against both republicans and democrats but has he ever seen anything like media matters waging war against fox news and our parent company newscorp? fox news contributor and author of "revolt" dick morris joins us from connecticut. good morning to you, dick. >> i've seen it, steve, but not in the united states. in argentina, the kirshna government, the government has gone after a news organization in the form of communist countries, you see it all the time but the spectacle of an organization that is tax exempt, using its money largely donated by soros and a few left wingers to try to discredit not an individual, not a party, not a point of view but an entire news network is unique for the united states. >> what's unique about it is, you know, they're trying to take down a corporation that is, you know, what we're doing here is exercising our first amendment rights. >> a big part of it is how well you're doin
even more, steve. >> so after she said this stuff on the floor and he took offense and he sent the e-mail, he talked to us exclusively. listen. >> this is something once again, the democrat party when they put my social security number, my wife's employment identification number in a mail piece, this has been an ongoing thing. i've been calling uncle tom, it's not about allen west so once again, it's very interesting to me that we continually allow liberals to do whatever they want and attacking conservatives but all of a sudden, when a conservative stands up and says enough, then people want to sit back especially liberals want to play victim. she's not a victim. she's been attacking allen west for quite sometime. >> it will be interesting to see how she responds understandably later today. >> yeah. >> to that. >> also went on to say you haven't seen me mad yet. if everyone thinks i'm mad, you have not seen me mad. >> that sounded pretty angry in that e-mail. meanwhile, need to tell you about this story out of arvada, colorado. it's such a sad story. there's a vietnam vet that was
to start with the great forecast from steve rudin. >> it does not get better than this for the middle of july. temperature's only in the mid 80's. 71 at reagan national. dulles at 64 degrees. that is 10 degrees cooler than it was 24 hours ago. dew point level in the 50's. high pressure over head. that means sunshine for a good part of the day. here is our forecast -- 82 to 87 degrees. cooler air in the mountains. let's get an update on this morning's rush hour commute. we head over to lisa baden. >> we have travel times in our favor between dale city and baltimore in both directions. a nice run not only on 270 but in the traffic center here at 109. now, to the news desk. >>> we want to start with breaking news this morning. a woman and her baby were carjacked. right now the suspect is in custody after lee -- leading police on a chase on the capital beltway. what is the latest? >> jennifer and pamela, good morning. the suspect is actually being held right here at the rockville barracks. the car involved in this case is behind me in that grosz. -- ross. we have video to show you of what
. this will tide you over until next payday. there's a guy from right up your neighborhood, steve. steve was from somers, connecticut. he might've been the most in shape guy. they called him the pt king. he lived on a farm, grew up on a farm. shooting little critters out in the woods behind his shack. his whole life all you want to do was join force recon which is the marine special forces. and he envisioned himself crawling through the jungles fighting in vietnam. by the time he got old enough, the marines, the war was over. so the next best thing was when he got pulled as an msg. what happened to his commanders take the top 1%, less than 1% of the marine corps. the company commanders take, they plucked the top guys in their units and they sent them, they have to go through a selection process. if they get to msg school, this to a 30 or 40% attrition rate. so these guys are kids. but they are tough kids and they are smart kids and their dedicated kids. even mike sullivan who was as much of the key. he's the one who fought in vietnam. he joined because he got drafted in 1967. and he went to his f
to tonight's weather, the heat is on the rise. for more on what we can expect, let's turn to steve in the weather center. >> a lot going on tonight. we have the fireworks display in old town axe ya at around 9:30. temperatures will be in the 1980's. reagan national airport holding at 91 degrees. fredericksburg, 88 degrees. if you like it sunny you're really going to enjoy what's on the way for tomorrow. with the heat and humidity, it's back on monday and could be looking at thunderstorms by tuesday. dew point levels are comfortable this hour, but changes are on the way. a complete look at your forecast, plus the beach forecast in the weather center in just a few minutes. pamela? >> talk soon steve. thousands came out today to listen to a south beach by the dalai lama for one of his largest public events since he renounced his political role for a spiritual one. >> it's not every day you get marriage advice from the dalai lama. but today washington, d.c. was treated to free advice from the spiritual master himself. >> in beauty you will find good
it's all about slelg for steve hindy and francis lloyd. despite being the boss, stooech isn't afraid of getting his hands dirty when it comes to drumming up business. for francis, it's the first chance to show off galaxy's new resort. >> previously on "the boss," checks and balances. francis lloyd pays his butt lers a visit. >> i believe i will be the rah rah person to make sure all our staff is pumped up. >> in brooklyn, new york, steve hindy turns to a famous designer to gain an edge. >> people immediately said, wait a minute, how did you get milton glazer involved in this. >> it's a hot summer's day in williamsburg, brooklyn. outside, temperatures are soaring. that's not stopping our boss, steve hindy. he's hitting the streets on an important sales call. >> hey, steve. >> how are you doing? >> nice to see you. >> steve is visiting a popular hangout in the area called diner. his goal here today is simple, to persuade owner, andrew tarlow to carry more of his beer. steve sees himself as more than just the president of brooklyn brewery. in his eyes he's the consummate salesman, an ag
anniversary of the first major battle of the civil war. steve and tony are about to kick things off there. i will be joining them coming up in the next hour. knocks 5 morning news continues right now. fur -- fox 5 morning news continues right now. soy waking occupy this thursday morning, july 21 o'with a live look at the sun coming up over the manassas national battlefield. we'll give you a panoramic view this morning where on this day, 150 years ago of course the first real battle of the civil war took place. one single day that would dramatically change the view of americans at the time of just what the nation was getting into. we want to say good morning to you from nan as as, virginia. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm tony perkins coming to you live this morning from man as as as this city and this entire region prepare for a four-day commemmoration of the 150th anniversary of that battle. it all begins today. we'll be broad caving live from a site that has been transformed into what has been called camp manassas. that is what is behind us this morning. this is where visitors can get a little
a million dollars in campaign funds to cover up his affair with rielle hunter. steve? >> thank you, brian. we've all heard of racial profiling. get ready for what some are calling facial profiling. it's a new technology offered to police departments across the country, the gizmo right there, it's actually part of an iphone attaches to the back of an iphone and then lets officers capture a person's photo from five feet away and it searches that photo through a national criminal data base to see if there's a match. some say that's an invasion of privacy. we have bill johnson, the executive director of the national association of police officers, an organization and sheriff paul babu from arizona, his officers will be equipped with the device in the fall. why do you think this is a good idea, this little gizmo called mo morris? >> well, we have a lot of people we come in contact with who lie about who they are for good reason, they're trying to conceal a criminal record or warrant for their arrest and every day, my deputies and police officers across america run into people who we need to k
burns on the skin and will blind you if you get it in your eyes so beware. over to you. >> steve, he went from standup comedy to "king of queens" to silver screen. kevin james' latest film is called "zookeeper." i had the chance to sit down with him and took a trip down memory lane. >> griffin, we need to talk! >> so kevin, you've scored big at the box office. why did you think your next big store should be with so many animals? >> you know, it was just a different way to go. i got tired of working with humans and, you know, how they can be. very annoying. >> yeah. >> right. i've -- it was just time. it was time to be with something furry and fun. >> let's do it! >> ♪ boots with the fur fur ♪ >> and you are the centerpiece of this movie. do you think the message is we can learn from animals? >> more so, yes. i think we can learn some stuff from animals but also, we need to shower more than animals do and hose down. but also to be yourself and not to pretend be somebody you're not. >> not uncomfortable. so comfortable. >> the movie, the kids are going to love it. i think t
will be allowed in the memorial at a time. steve? >> thank you, brian. we've been telling you about media matters taxpayer funded war on fox newschannel. our next guest said he also was targeted unfairly by the leftie web site. they tried to shoot down a study he wrote with his peers on media bias. tim takes on her accusations in his soon-to-be released book called "left turn, how liberal media bias distorts the american mind" and he jonins us from los angeles. good morning to you. >> good morning. great to be here. >> good to have you as well. tell us how you wound up in media matters cross hairs. >> this is an earlier study i did. we wrote the study, kind of nerdy study, we wanted to quantify the actual bias of the media to give a number to say how left winged or right winged. this was devetted by my universy colleagues and willing to give the data out to anyone who wanted it. we did. we gave it out to anybody who wanted to verify it. a writer at media matters wrote an essay entitled "rigging the numbers." this writer had no evidence of this. did not ask us for our data. could have verified tha
was injured. >>> now time to head back out live to steve and tony in ma naoses talking about all the events marking the 150th anniversary of the battle there. >> thank you very much our special guest mayor of manasses. >>> certainly the mayor -- one of the mayors jobs is welcome everybody certainly we welcome you steve and tony. there is a lot going on. >> that is your headline you got the keep people safe you got four days going on three of those days excessive heat today, friday and saturday. so that is of paramount concern let's talk about the visitors you are expecting thousands. >> maybe tens of thousands lots of visitors i think everybody is ready we have been preparing for well over two years. >> mm-hmm. >> certainly a lot of work in the last year so we have a lot of folks coming we are ready. working closely with the city of ma naysays we are ready. >> we have reenactors from a dozen states and then some here. if folks are just waking up saying hey, i wasn't aware of this but i would love to come visit any idea what they can do? >> i am glad you asked certainly a number of things ar
's check weather and traffic. here is steve. >> thank you very much. we do have some fog out there. there was a lot more yesterday at this time. it will clear sooner today. 60s and 70s coast and bay. still mid to upper 10:s and low 90 -- upper 80s and low 90s inland. >>> right now we are looking at highway four. that traffic looks nice. chp is not reporting anything on that freeway. also the morning commute on 80 westbound is looking very nice as welcoming out to the mccarthur maze. let's go back to the desk. >>> thank you. a terrifying plane crash in watsonville is being investigated by the faa. two passengers on that plane was killed. allie rasmus tells us their plane almost landed in the watsonville community hospital. >> reporter: good morning, dave. we can still see the wreckage from the plane crash. behind us what is left of the single engine plane that crashed yesterday. you can barely make out the edge of the burnt up tail of the edge of that plane. where it crashed is through the front lobby of this building that it's sitting next too to. this is a medical office building.
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